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Kevin Wicks is the founding editor of Anglophenia.

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WATCH: Fans Pay Tribute to Douglas Adams

Every May 25th, fans around the globe celebrate Towel Day in tribute to the late author Douglas Adams, who brought us The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy and Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency (currently being adapted into a BBC AMERICA original series, premiering October 22). Who was Douglas Adams, and why was his influence on […]


‘Sherlock’ Season 4 Trailer Teases Dark Return

Desperate for a little trifle of information about Season Four of Sherlock? The participants of the series’ Comic-Con panel—which featured Benedict Cumberbatch, Mark Gatiss, Steven Moffat, Sue Vertue, and Amanda Abbington—were keeping mostly mum today (July 24). Thankfully, we saw the premiere of the upcoming season’s trailer during the panel, and it speaks volumes. What […]


‘American Gods’ SDCC Panel: Trailer Released, Chenoweth Cast

The Starz drama based on Neil Gaiman‘s bestselling book will premiere in 2017, but fans at San Diego Comic-Con received a taste of the series in the form of a trailer, which you can watch now: In the series, Ricky Whittle (The 100) stars as Shadow Moon, a convict released from prison early upon news […]


‘Orphan Black’ Final SDCC Panel: 6 Things We Learned

Orphan Black panels at Comic-Con are always a bit emotional. After all, Clone Club, as Orphan Black aficionados call themselves, is more than just a fandom: it’s a tight-knit community whose members connect deeply with the series’ unique exploration of identity. When the fans receive the opportunity to interact with the show’s cast and creators, […]


EXCLUSIVE: Christopher Eccleston in ‘The A Word’ Teaser

If you’re still mourning the end of Parenthood, we’ve found the perfect fix. In the equally witty, slice-of-life family drama The A Word, premiering Wednesday, July 13 at 10/9c on Sundance TV, Doctor Who and The Leftovers’ Christopher Eccleston plays Maurice, the recently widowed patriarch of a family in crisis after the diagnosis of his […]


‘The Hunt’ Comes to Red Rocks: Q&A with Alastair Fothergill and Huw Cordey

Denver’s iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre, which is celebrating its 75th season, is best known as an epic outdoor concert space, boasting classic performances from everyone from The Beatles to U2 over the years. However, it’s also home to opening night of SeriesFest, an international television festival that brings together industry luminaries, emerging content creators and […]

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10 Greatest Janet Jackson Music Videos

Madonna and Michael Jackson may have dominated the music video medium in the ’80s and ’90s, but MJ’s kid sister Janet gave them both a run for their money with her memorable, energetic mini-movies. Her taut choreography and imaginative backdrops changed the form and set the stage for Britney Spears, Rihanna, Beyoncé, and many other […]


EXCLUSIVE: David Tennant as Puck in ‘The Shakespeare Show’

Shakespeare is all the rage these days with The Hollow Crown playing to large audiences in the U.K. and Russell T Davies‘s A Midsummer Night’s Dream forthcoming. It’s been 400 years since the Bard shuffled off this mortal coil, leaving behind a literary legacy unparalleled in the English language. It’s that legacy that’s on display […]


RIP Prince, Pop Music’s Greatest Shape-Shifter

By now, the entire world has been hit with the news that Prince, one of the most artistically influential and commercially successful innovators of popular music, has died suddenly at age 57. The impact of his death is hard to fathom and truly calculate. When David Bowie died earlier this year, Carrie Brownstein tweeted that […]


Victoria Wood Dies at 62

Actress, comedian, singer, and author Victoria Wood has passed away at age 62, reports BBC NEWS, after a “short, brave battle with cancer.” Best known for her partnership with Julie Walters, Wood has been an inspiration to scores of artists and comedians, many of whom paid tribute to her today (April 20). Cant believe Vic […]

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